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Helicopter Handling QualitiesHelicopters are used by the military and civilian communities for a variety of tasks and must be capable of operating in poor weather conditions and at night. Accompanying extended helicopter operations is a significant increase in pilot workload and a need for better handling qualities. An overview of the status and problems in the development and specification of helicopter handling-qualities criteria is presented. Topics for future research efforts by government and industry are highlighted.
Document ID
19820015334
Document Type
Conference Proceedings
Date Acquired
September 4, 2013
Publication Date
April 1, 1982
Subject Category
AIR TRANSPORTATION AND SAFETY
Report/Patent Number
NASA-CP-2219
A-8891
NAS 1.55:2219
Distribution Limits
Public
Copyright
Public Use Permitted.

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